The 2022 finals will be played at Colovray Sports Centre in Nyon, opposite UEFA's Swiss headquarters, on 22 and 25 April.
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Capacity: 4,000 (800 seats)
• The Colovray Sports Centre stands opposite UEFA's Swiss headquarters in Nyon on the shores of Lake Geneva. UEFA took over management of the stadium on 1 April 2010.
• Nyon sits at an altitude of 406m and has a population of about 16,000. In winter it provides a base for winter sports enthusiasts. It is also a summer tourist hot spot thanks to its warm climate, lakeside activities, chateaus, Roman museums and music festivals, which attract the best European bands.
• Opened in 1991, the sports complex is home to Stade Nyonnais from the Promotion League, Switzerland's third tier.
• The stadium staged the 2004 UEFA European Under-19 Championship final and the UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship in 2009, and from 2008 to 2013 hosted the four-team WU17 EURO as well as other UEFA-organised friendly tournaments.
• The Women's U17s is now an eight-team event with varying hosts, but in 2014 the stadium was designated the venue for the first UEFA Youth League final tournament, also a four-sided knockout, a status it has retained. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, that year ten teams were involved in a delayed August competition: two remaining round of 16 ties and the quarter-finals onward.
UEFA Champions League group stage draw: 26 August, Istanbul
Domestic champions path draw (both rounds): 31 August, Nyon
UEFA Champions League path Matchday 1: 14/15 September
UEFA Champions League path Matchday 2: 28/29 September
Domestic champions path round one, first leg: 29 September
UEFA Champions League path Matchday 3: 19/20 October
Domestic champions path round one, second leg: 20 October
UEFA Champions League path Matchday 4: 2/3 November
Domestic champions path round two, first leg: 3 November
UEFA Champions League path Matchday 5: 23/24 November
Domestic champions path round two, second leg: 24 November
UEFA Champions League path Matchday 6: 7/8 December
Play-off draw: 14 December, Nyon
Play-offs: 8/9 February
Knockout draw (round of 16 onwards): 14 February, Nyon
Round of 16: 1/2 March
Quarter-finals: 15/16 March
Semi-finals: 22 April, Nyon
Final: 25 April, Nyon
2021: No competition
2020: Real Madrid 3-2 Benfica (beaten semi-finalists Salzburg & Ajax)
2019: Porto 3-1 Chelsea (beaten semi-finalists Barcelona & Hoffenheim)
2018: Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (beaten semi-finalists Manchester City & Porto)
2017: Salzburg 2-1 Benfica (beaten semi-finalists: Barcelona & Real Madrid)
2016: Chelsea 2-1 Paris Saint-Germain (beaten semi-finalists: Anderlecht & Real Madrid)
2015: Chelsea 3-2 Shakhtar Donetsk (beaten semi-finalists: Anderlecht & Roma)
2014: Barcelona 3-0 Benfica (beaten semi-finalists: Real Madrid & Schalke)
How to get to Colovray Sports Centre
Colovray Sports Centre
Route de Genève 37
Due to limited parking, the best way to travel to the stadium is by public transport.
Nearest train station is Nyon (timetable: www.cff.ch).
Alternatively, the Colovray Sports Centre is a 20-25 minute walk from the station and two-wheeled vehicle parking is available near the stadium.